|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
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|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Utrntv (Emmtq fSfrmttor PAGE 7 Legal Notices Continued From Page 6 The legal description of the property which H E. Griffiths will quit claim deed to Mincrsville Town is as follows, Beginning at a point that is 957.73 "North and 116.10' West of the SVi comer of section 12, T30S, RIO W, SLBM and proceeding S88 08360 W N 134'23" 273.88'; Thence W62.50': Thence N 88 0836" E E 273 88'; Thence S 1 34-262.50' to the point of beginning, containing 0.393 acres. Those in attendance: Mayor How ard Pryor, and Town Clerk Sue M. Carter. The meeting was open for 30 minutes. Meeting UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Rural Electrification Administration STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION .South Central Utah Telephone Assn.. i... RM with the Federt (Name of borrower) a Compliance Assurance in which it assures the Rural Electrification Administration that it will comply fully with all requirement of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Rules and Regulations of the Department of Agriculture issued thereunder, to the end that no person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in. be denied the benefits of. or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in the conduct of its program and the operation of its facilities. Under this Assurance, this organization is committed not to discriminate against any person on the ground of race, color or national origin in its policies and practices relating to applications for service or any other policies and practices relating to treatment of beneficiaries and participants including rates, conditions and extension of service, me of any of its facilities, attendance at and participation in any meetings of beneficiaries and participants or the exercise of any rights of such beneficiaries and participants in the conduct of the operations of this organization." Governs 3" "Any person who believes himself, or any specific class of individuals, to be subjected by this organization to discrimination prohibited by Title VI of the Act and the Rules and Regulations issued thereunder may, by himself or a representative, file with the Secretary of Agriculture. Washington, D. C. 20250, or the Rural Electrification Administration. Washington, D. C 20250, or this organization, or all, a written complaint. Such complaint must be filed not later than 180 days after the alleged discrimination, or by such later date to which the Secretary of Agriculture or the Rural Electrification Administration extends the time for filing. Identity of complainants will be kept confidential except to the extent necessary to carry out the purposes of the Rules and adjourned. MINERSWLLE TOWN COUNCIL MINUTES Regulations." Published in Beaver County Monitor March 6 & 1 3, 1 997 I Feet Site KimberryMine Big Hat Merchant Valley Current Average Average i i Current Average Average 143 23.2 15.0 135 14.4 156 24.9 15.4 162 9.5 203 20.2 13.9 9500 17.0 1 10290 22.5 8750 19.3 1.9 145 Based on Mountain Data from NRCS SNO TEL Sites as of Monday, March 3, 1997 PUBLIC MEETINGS ON FIRE PLANNING Anyone interested in me future of fire management on public lands should attend any of several public meetings being held in central Utah over the next few weeks. The need for reintroduction of fire into our neighboring ecosystems is critical and highlighted nationally in discussions in Congress that focus on what can be done to improve declining forest and rangeland health situations across the West. The magnitude of wildfires that affected central Utah last summer are only indicative of the problem. The Public Land Management Agencies (Fishlake National Forest; Sanpete Ranger District, Manti- - LaSal National Forest; Richfield District, Bureau of Land Management; Capitol Reef National Park; and Utah State Lands) in the Richfield Fire Protection Area comprise approximately 12 million acres within Central Utah. The responsible agencies are working together to develop integrated plans that will allow and encourage a monumental increase in the number of acres intentionally burned each year. This increase will occur in stages with the initial fire management change specific to National Forest System lands within the Richfield Fire Protection Area. Plans are to implement this first stage in 1997. Implementation of this management change on the remaining public lands will occur in a second stage which is planned for 1 998. The increase in fire on the landscape will require a significant shift in the way people view the role of fin; in our ecosystems. There will be more fire and smoke in the area each year. But failure to do something of mis scale soon will only contribute to the magnitude and risk from wildfires in the future. Last year, wildfire activity in the Richfield Fire Protection Area was 21 times the 10 year average. This figure is consistent with the trend across the West. The purpose of the public meetings is to give anyone interested in this future an opportunity to participate in identifying areas on National Forest System Lands that they do not want to see burned. Of particular interest would be summer homes and land developments near or on public lands that could be damaged by fire. This information will be used to develop protection maps for the area. Meetings will be held at tbe following locations on the indicated dates from 7.00-9:0- 0 p.m. You are welcome to attend any or all of them. Public Meeting Schedule V Soujr Ci&ea Center, 85 W, J0Q.N, Ephraim UT ;;. f'; ; UT Oak W. 30 Oak Town Half, Center. raarca City, City Millard County Courthouse, 50 S. Main, Fillmore UT March 13 Beaver Opera House Civic Center, 65 E. Center, Beaver, UT March 18 Richfield Quality Inn, 540 S. Main, Richfield, UT March 19 Beaver County Commission Piute County Courthouse, 550 N. Main. Junction, UT March 20 Special Meeting March 25 Wayne County Courthouse, 18 S. Main, Loa, UT February 18, 1997 The Board of County AT LaBARON CAMPING Commissioners met on February 1 8, 1997 at 1:00 p.m. for a special RESERVOIR BEING CONSIDERED meeting. Those present were Gary E. Sullivan, Chairman; Chad W. The Beaver Ranger District, Fishlake National Forest, is Johnson, Member, Ross Marshall, considering charging a fee for overnight camping at LaBaron Reservoir Member, Ken Yardley, Sheriff, Doug the Carriger, Acburustrauve Assistant; beginning this summer. If approved, this proposal would be part of Leo G. Kartell, Attorney; and Paul B, pilot program "Recreation Fee Demonstration Program," a three-yeauthorized by Congress. The purpose of this program is to test the Barton, Clerk. It was moved by Comm. effectiveness of collecting fees to help maintain federal recreation seconded by Comm. Marshall, fees These habitat. wildlife and services visitor enhance and facilities Johnson and unanimously passed to will be used for maintenance and improvements within the recreation the resolution ratifying the approve area where the funds are collected. Under this program, the Beaver action of the Board of Canvassers on Ranger District would keep all of the funds collected for camping at die results of die November 12, 1996 LaBaron. election canvass. District Ranger Dayle Flanigan stated, "If we decide to proceed with The proposed personnel this proposal, all the camping fees collected there would be used to help policy and the proposed stepgrade which is in very poor compensation plan were reviewed. pay for replacement of the restroom at LeBaron, be replaced within The matter was referred to the Clerk would condition. This would mean that the restroom three years, much sooner than would otherwise be possible. Funding to for changes. The proposed floor plan for recreational facilities is getting harder to come by and replace worn-othe Public Safety Building was this would provide an opportunity for the users at LeBaron to help pay reviewed. for a restroom and then directly benefit from their contributions." Mr. Kanell reviewed "We are interested in receiving public comments before we make a provisions of tbe proposed contract. decision on this proposal," Flanigan added. "Details are still being Mr. Kanell will discuss the proposed developed and considered, but we are currently proposing to charge a changes with the Contractor. There being no further $3.00 fee for each camping vehicle or tent at LaBaron. Golden Age and Golden Access Passports would be honored. No fee would be charged business, the meeting was adjourned. Z it FEE ar ut for day use, including fishing." PUBLIC HEARING Anyone wishing to make comments an this proposal should feel free A public hearing was or in call Davie Flaniean. Beaver District Ranger, at (801) hold on Tues. the 18th day of write to: District Ranger, Beaver Ranger District, P.O. Box E, Beaver, ai :w r.M. ai tne reo, Utah, 84713. Mincrsville Town Hall, 60 East Beaver County was investigated at Beaver Tri Mart. Main Street, in Mincrsville, Utah Theft of $300 cash from a purse is Sheriffs Report The purpose of the 84752. under investigation in Beaver. Week of Feb. 24 -- Mar. 2. 1997 to receive public was meeting A Milford man was arrested and Theft of two old vehicles from a lot comment booked into on of concerning the intention jail charges Assault in Milford is under investigation. and the Town Alcohol a of to to exchange .the Minor. Supplying A Milford man was arrested by the A Denver, Colorado, man was hereafter described property: Sheriffs Department on a civil warrant arrested by the Sheriffs Department and was booked into jail. The legal description of the and booked into jail on charges of Utah Highway Patrol arrested a property which Mincrsville Town Driving Under the Influence of Preston, Idaho, man who was booked will quit claim deed the H E. Alcohol and Driving on Suspension. into jail on charges of Driving on Griffiths is as follows: Beginning Twx) animal problems were handled Suspension and Speeding. the Sheriffs by Department. at a point' that is 957.73 North the arrested A Milford man was by Three traffic accidents were and 1 16.10 West of the SV4 Sheriffs Department on charges of the Sheriffs investigated by Aggravated Assault and Spouse comer of section 12, T30S, Department during the week, one with Abuse. He was booked into Beaver R10W, SLMM, and proceeding injuries. County Jail. S 1 34'23E 118.51; Thence 588 were made to 48 requests Responses Theft of tools from a vehicle in for assistance. Of these calls, two 08360 W 43.46'; Thence Nl 16' Milford is under investigation. were to keep the peace. 32 to check out A Milford woman was arrested and I6'56' W 118.51; Thence N88 suspicious persons or circumstances, booked into jail on charges of Driving 08'36"E 42.88' to the point of to 8 and assist other 438-243- 6, iw, on Suspension following a traffic accident with injuries. An incident of Criminal Mischief agencies. traffic stops were made with 57 citations issued. seventy-seve- n beginning, acres. containing 0.1 MARCH 6, 1997 17 February 3,1997 A regular meeting of the Mincrsville Town Council was hold on Monday, February 3, 1997. at 7:00 P.M. at the Minersville Town Hall. Those present were Howard Pryor, Michelle Barton, Rodney Carter and Robert Craw. Visitors: Doug Carriger, Wayne Gillins. Kevin Carter, Ross Marshall, Kary Monroe. Minutes from the council meeting held on Tuesday, Jan. 2 1 , 1997, were approved without correction. Doug Carriger, Ross Marshall, Kary Monroe and Wayne Gillins met with the council to discuss the proposed road off Hwy 2 1 that will join the Thermo Road west of the old diary bam. The road passes through property owned by Ross Marshall and Wayne Gillins. Wayne and Rose were interested to know if the Town would consider annexing the property between the now road and the Town boundaries. Ross and were advised to contact Wayne the and Planning Zoning Committee the concerning possibility of annexation. The Council would accept the " recommendation of the planning ' and Zoning Committee. Doug Carriger also invited the council to study a map of BLM and School Trust Lands. The council marked properties that could be beneficial to the Town's future development. The federal government is negotiating trades of School trust lands and B.M. lands. Robert Craw made a motion to have the clerk send a letter to the Division of Water Quality requesting a full report of the contamination which occurred an Aug. 2, 1996, at a Circle 4 Farms sewer lagoon site. The reason for the request Is the concern of possible pollution to the Town's water supply. Rodney Carter seconded the motion, the motion passed. Mayor Pryor read a letter from Normand Thompson concerning the water meter at his mother's residence. The council discussed the contents of the letter and determined the matter has been resolved. The council discussed the need for curb and gutter installation along the State Road. Craw Robert seek will Information concerning possible loans or grants etc. which might help the Town to obtain the funds needed for such a project. He would also determine if it is feasible or in the best interest of the Town to got a loan for this by-pa- ss type of project. A resident of Minersville has 248 hours of community service to perform as ordered by the court system. The council determined that the person could perform the work in the Town picking up trash and chopping wood, etc. The swimming pool financial report for the 1996 swimming season was reviewed.. The council was satisfied with the operations at the swimming pool. A rabies vaccination clinic will be held on Saturday, Feb. 8, 1997, from 10:00 A.M. to 12: noon. Licenses cannot be issued if the rabies vaccination expires before the next licensing year. Rodncv Carter made a motion to pay the bills presented for Also to approve payment expenses for Kevin Carters the attendance at water conference in St. George. Robert Craw seconded the motion. Tne motion passed Robert Craw made a motion to cancel the regularly scheduled council meeting which would be hold on Tues. Feb. 18, 1997. The council members should attend a HazMat training that The scheduled public night to receive hearing input concerning the land trade on 400 South between 200 and 300 West Will still be hold at 7:00 P.M. Michelle Barton seconded the motion, the motion passed The clerk was instructed to send a letter to the custodian Inviting her to come to the council meeting to be held on March 3, 1997, to discuss the custodial duties. Meeting adjourned. to Wggnato the follow mg positions as eligible for participation in the Public Safety Retirement System: 1. Sheriff; 2. Deputy Sheriff. 3. Jail Commander. 4. Corrections Officer. Mr. Carriger discussed activities in Beaver County Special Service District 6. Mr. Carriger explained activities and future plans of tbe district. Mark Brian, from Western Auction, met with the Board to discuss the possibility of combining surplus property with Iron Count)' for an auction. No action was taken. The employment vacancy at the Milford Library was discussed Comm. Sullivan reported that the County Library Board recommended that tbe libraries in Minersville and Milford be operated by the respective city and town councils and library boards. It was moved by Comm. seconded Johnson, by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to take the following action: 1. Offer the Milford Librarian position to Selma Kirk on a temporary basis; 2. The Commissioners will meet w ith the respective city- and town councils re: the cities assuming the operation of the libraries in Minersville and Milford; 3. The Commissioners want to have representation on the respective city library boards: 4. Protect the employment rights of the Minersville librarian as much as - UNAPPROVED MINUTES BEAVER COUNTY COMMISSION March 3. 1997 Tbe Board of County Commissioners met on March 3, 1997 at 1 0:00 a.m. for its regularly scheduled meeting. Those present were Gary E. Sullivan, Chairman; Chad W. Johnson, Member, Ross Marshall, Member, Doug Carriger, Administrative Assistant; Leo G. Kanell, Attorney; and Paul B. Barton, Clerk. Minutes of the February 3 and 18 mectiag minutes w ere read. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously passed to approve the minutes. Mark Nelson and Sharohn Hanky met with the Board to discuss the use of die fairgrounds by private aodcornraercial groups. Some of the concerns raised were charging rent, and deposit, security liability insurance. It was moved by Comm. v JohMcay-- i acocoded by Comm.; Marshall and unanimously approved to not allow commercial use of die fairgrounds facilities unless the event is sponsored by the County. The fair grounds custodian job was discussed. Mrs. Hanky will coordinate the advertisement with Job Service. h was die Also, consensus of the Board to purchase a small lawmoower. A letter from the Utah Association of Counties requesting a nomination from the County to serve on the UAC Human Services Committee was reviewed. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to appoint Comm. Marshall as the County representative. A press packet from Senator Bob Bennett re: the Grand Staircase National Monument was reviewed. The packet had a copy of federal re: legislation being proposed from the regulations missing and promised proclamation by President Bill Clinton in his speech forming die monument. It was tbe consensus of the Board to send a letter supporting the legislation. Charles Ross, from Centurion Mines, met with the Board to request permission to explore for minerals on county owned property in T27S RI I W. A formal agreement will be prepared by Centurion for the Board's review. Karl Truman. Todd McMullin. Jack McMullin, Mike White and Bill Fails met with the Board to oppose the proposed road bypass north of Mincrsville. No action was taken at this time. Teresa Gray met with tbe Board to discuss a fire inspection of die courthouse. The report recommended that the County install a fire extinguisher in the Commission Chambers. The Clerk will have the extinguisher installed. A letter from Beaver Emergency Services requesting funding for an EMT School was reviewed. Mr. Carriger will write a letter to the Milford EMTs requesting answers to tome of tbe questions raised in die letter roc the previous school held in Milford in 1995. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and niuuumousry approved to donate $150 per person with a maxim am contribution of $6,000. It w as moved by Comm. seconded Johnson, by Comm. Marshall and unanimous)' approved Mark Novak. Scott Hacking and Fred Pearson, from the Department of Environmental Quality, met with the Board to discuss the well contamination incident at Circle Four Farms on August 2, 1996. Also present were Eric Jackobsen, Dayle Flarmigan, Shanna Mayer. John Ixko. Craig Davis and Alice Smith. Mr. Pearson discussed the actions of the State during the incident and future procedures to the same or related matters. DEQ will schedule a public hearing on the current ground w ater Notice will be applications. advertised in the local newspaper. Public Hearing - 2:30 P.M. The public hearing on the - An adoption of Ordinance 497-0- 2 Ordinance Amending Chapter 10.17 Agricultural District (A) of the Zoning Ordinance of Beaver County, Revised 1993 was opened for public comment. Those present were Darye Flannigan, Lucille Strong, Eric Jim Brown, Mefvin Jackobsen, Walker, Jessie Roberts and Craig Davis. Mr. Davis explained the reason for the ordinance and answered the Board's questions. No one commented on the proposed ordinance. The public hearing was closed for comment at 2:50 p.m. It was moved by Comm. Johnson, seconded by Comm. Marshall and "unanimously approved to adopt the ordinance. It was moved by Comm. seconded Johnson, by Comm. Marshall and unanimously approved to appoint Zions Bank as the Bond Trustee, Paying Agent and Bond Registrar for the bond issues for the new Public Safety Center. Dayle Flannigan, from tbe U.S. Forest Service, met with the Board to invite die Board to a meeting on fire protection operations on Forest Service lands. The meeting will be held in tbe Beaver Opera House on March 18, 1997 at 7:00 p.m. Lucille Strong and Helen Marshall met with the Board to discuss a problem with bats in the Old Courthouse. The Morgan Co. will treat the Old Courthouse and New Courthouse with a repellent or an exterminent. The bill will be $60 per treatment for repellent and $90 per treatment on exterminent. Carlan Carriedo, Yolanda Carriedo, Donald P. Moore, Julia M. Moore, Gena A. Martin, Marilyn Kelky. Ghn Kelley, Beverly Catino, Vince Catino, Mike Tobcy, Bryan Graham and Sherry Graham met with the Board to discuss a piglet nursery in Manderfield. The matter was referred to the Planning Commission. Bills on file were approved for payment. The Planning Commission met with die Board to discuss the conditional use permitting process. Those present were Craig Davis, Ken Lofland, Jolyn Leko, Alice Smith, Jeff Also Kesler, and Scott Bealer. present were Rob Adams and Eric Jacob sen. The permitting process was discussed in detail from the application to the conditions placed on the permit to enforcement of the conditions on tbe permit. There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned. These minutes will be presented for approval at the next regularfy scheduled meeting. Until tuck time they are considered unofficial.